Kasai Masai, Limpopo Groove, Zulu Dancers, British band 3 Kings, and other local artists are among the headline performances at this year’s festival.
The festival will be held on Saturday, July 23 at Manor Park, Luton town centre.
Luton AfroFest will be a celebration of African culture, showcasing traditional music, art, dance, and food. More than five Sub-Saharan African nations will be featured in this summer festival.
Luton is home to various festivals such as Mela, Diwali, Turkish Festival, Polish Festival, Irish Festival, Caribbean Festival, Luton Carnival, and many more. About 2000 attendees are expected on the day.
According to Nneka Unogu, co-founder of AUK RADIO and co-ordinator of Luton Afrofest, “This is a unique gathering in this town… We are inviting the local community to join us to learn, share, and celebrate the African way.
The event is supported by Luton Rising, formerly known as Luton Airport, The Mall Luton, Bedfordshire Police, AUK RADIO, and Pamtengo Radio Station.
For more info, visit afrofestuk.co.uk